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Re: Stan said: electrons are consumed...but are they?
« Reply #8 on: January 17, 2013, 09:59:06 am »
The eec is a device that Stan used in the gas part.
He ionized it and then tried to catch electrons to prevent recombination of atoms, from my current point of view....

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Re: Stan said: electrons are consumed...but are they?
« Reply #9 on: January 17, 2013, 12:29:30 pm »
I have come to some conculsions:  "an electric field removes ionized electrons reducing the rate of electron hole recombination , what you must do is control the electric field and maintain to regular levels , you can also ionize electrons using light quanta (laser field or light field) depending what electron band you want to excitate. if I was ionizing I wouldnt want any ozon forming ... earth receivers electrons very easily. it has a positive net charge. 

About meyer you can do a lot with some alpha radiation alone , the electric field is maybe just there to keep atoms from recombining to electronically stable forms.. electrolysis produce some alpha radiation depending on the setup. you actually want to short-circuit water and control electron recombination to prevent water reformation you have like .5 seconds before that happens."
 
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Re: Stan said: electrons are consumed...but are they?
« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2013, 16:43:35 pm »
The eec is a device that Stan used in the gas part.
He ionized it and then tried to catch electrons to prevent recombination of atoms, from my current point of view....

Yes of course, I'm sorry I wasn't clear. Here is what I've been working on. I am working with gas

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Re: Stan said: electrons are consumed...but are they?
« Reply #11 on: January 17, 2013, 21:48:04 pm »
I have to admit, this is sort of bothering me also.  He doesn't show a true path for the electrons to go to once liberated from the water.  The circuit is left incomplete.  The only thing I can think of to complete the circuit is a center tap on the secondary OR that it dissipates as radiant energy, like a Tesla coil.

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